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Photos: Slinging discs at Sunnyside Park 2021-01-20 03:00:00With temperatures hovering in the upper 30s and winds light, Dillon Tiedeman-Mueller, 27, of Moscow, used Tuesday morning for a round of disc golf at

Photo: Chilly morning in Pullman 2021-01-20 03:00:00Visitors walk through Pullman’s Sunnyside Park Tuesday on a brisk morning that froze the surrounding ponds.

Moscow City Council: Health emergency orders not longer 2021-01-20 03:00:00After lengthy discussion Tuesday night, the Moscow City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that does not exempt activities such as speech, asse

Moscow schools to begin shift to four days 2021-01-20 03:00:00The Moscow School Board voted Tuesday to begin transitioning schools to four days of in-person instruction starting March 22 in a special meeting held

Legislative Diary: Senator: COVID-19 has not increased suicide 2021-01-20 03:00:00BOISE — The chairman of the Senate Health and Welfare Committee said suicide rates in Idaho did not increase substantially in 2020, despite clai

Schoesler-backed measure would facilitate rural ambulance operations 2021-01-20 03:00:00As the 2021 legislative session gets underway in Olympia, Sen. Mark Schoesler, R-Ritzville, is sponsoring a bill that would make it easier for small c

Whitman County Commission dismayed by Inslee’s plan 2021-01-20 03:00:00The Whitman County Commissioners on Tuesday voted to send a letter to Gov. Jay Inslee asking him to change course on his COVID-19 recovery plan, which

Idaho's emergency order removal inches a bit closer 2021-01-20 03:00:00BOISE — Legislation terminating Idaho’s coronavirus emergency order passed the Senate State Affairs Committee on a party line vote Tuesday

47 new virus cases in Whitman County 2021-01-20 03:00:00Whitman County received 47 positive COVID-19 cases over the holiday weekend and Tuesday, bringing the county total to 3,036 since the pandemic started

Little boosts National Guard numbers to aid vaccine 2021-01-20 03:00:00Idaho Gov. Brad Little announced Tuesday that 150 additional National Guard personnel will be available later this week to assist in the state’s

Conservation groups ask federal judge to halt salmon 2021-01-20 03:00:00Salmon and steelhead advocates have returned to court and are once again asking a federal judge to overturn the government’s plan to operate dam

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Hanford contractor to lay off 30 workers 2021-01-18 03:00:00KENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) — Hanford contractor Mission Support Alliance plans to lay of 30 workers as its Department of Energy contract expires.

Records 2021-01-15 03:00:00Of Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021

Seattle special education under investigation 2021-01-15 03:00:00SEATTLE — The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is investigating Seattle Public Schools after “disturbing repor

Keeping it clean 2021-01-15 03:00:00Brian Larson picks up trash with his wife, Wendy Larson (not pictured), along the Lewiston Levee Parkway Trail next to the Southway Boat Ramp parking

Lewiston Livestock 2021-01-15 03:00:00Wednesday

Maybe he used the Force 2021-01-15 03:00:00Yoda (left) stands victorious in the front yard of a home in Clarkston as the last inflatable still upright.

Registration open for Idaho Young Cattle Producer Conference 2021-01-15 03:00:00GRANGEVILLE — Applications for the fifth annual Idaho Young Cattle Producer Conference are being accepted until May 1.

Montana lawmakers haggle over mask rules in staff 2021-01-15 03:00:00HELENA, Mont. — Republican leaders in Montana’s Legislature rejected an effort Thursday to make stronger an agreement that lawmakers will

Oregon lawmakers delay meetings by two days over 2021-01-15 03:00:00SALEM, Ore. — State lawmakers in Oregon will delay by at least two days much of the substantive work of next week’s beginning of the Legis

Legislative Diary: Lawmakers take aim at Little’s 10-person 2021-01-15 03:00:00BOISE — The House State Affairs Committee introduced two more “balance of power” bills Thursday, continuing the legislative pushback

New jobless claims in Washington state declined last 2021-01-15 03:00:00SPOKANE — The number of new jobless claims in the state dropped last week as seasonal layoffs in construction and agriculture leveled off, resul

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